We use a key field for this, and I imagine many companies consider this info to be important enough to assign to a key field.
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We have always used a key(n) field as well. The Contact1 table is a little bit better from a reporting standpoint than a custom Contact2 field.
Thank you for the update. In most cases, a customer's account number, would be critical. In my case, it is more a piece of information just like name, address, c-s-z.
The good news, I now know what a key field is and how to get into the "Quick Start Wizard".
For those reading through my posts, I do ask for your patience as I work through the very basic elements of setting up GM. In fact, I just posted another question asking for tips on converting from ACT 2017 to GM. I do not have a budget, so buying special software or engaging a consultant at this time are now on the table.